Locations: X̱áywá7esks | Creekside Park, X̱epx̱páy̓em | Hadden Park, Lek’lekí | CRAB Park, Smem̓chús/Smamḵw’ch | David Lam Park, X̱í7nam̓ut | New Brighton Park and Trout Lake Park

In partnership with Alex Mah, Senaqwila Wyss and Adriana Contreras


Earth Witnessing is a collection of mixed audio and visual works designed for folks to engage with their senses in local parks. With featured visual artists complimenting the scores, local flora and fauna mixed with rich histories intermingling with the many possibilities for tomorrow will lead you to re-envisioning what can exist in a space. These audio and text forms will guide us to open our creative selves and conscientiously tune into our world. Highlighting Indigenous language, Earth Witnessing allows folks to learn the original name for the land they walk on. In a time where our social hibernation kept us from our larger environment, returning to our senses seems like a herculean task, but it doesn’t have to be. There’s worlds between you and I, with Earth Witnessing journeying us safely from our paths to yours.

Kor Kase, Rea Saxena, Dae Nneka, Erica Masuskapoe, and Jaz Whitford

Alex Mah, K.P Dennis, Serisa Fitz-James, and Brittney Appleby

kwiigay iiwaans, Matthew Ariaratnam, Morning Star Trickey, and TJ Felix


Graphics and Installation design: kwiigay iiwaans
Map design: Adriana Contreras
Squamish Snichim Language and Natural Law Research: Senaqwila Wyss
Curation: Heather Lamoureux
Sonic Performance Curation: Alex Mah
AR Design: Ruby Pang and Jingzhou Li
Web Design: Tom Van Manen
Graphic Design: Ivan So


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Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.



Pandora Fieldhouse
2325 Franklin Street
Vancouver, BC
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